Membership of the Society
The Society’s membership profile is drawn from a diverse range of organisations and fields of expertise including engineering, design, aircrew and air traffic control, along with the professions that serve the aerospace and aviation industry, such as law, finance, marketing and recruitment.
What do we do?
- Promote the highest possible standards in all aerospace disciplines
- Provide specialist information and act as a forum for the exchange of ideas
- Play a leading role in influencing opinion on aerospace matters
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This Aerodynamics Group Lecture will highlight the findings from a survey paper on railway train aerodynamics by Prof. Chris Baker of Birmingham University.
Established in 1963, this Named Lecture is run alternately with Cranfield. It honours Sir Frederick Handley Page CBE, HonFRAeS, in recognition of his many contributions to aviation, and in particular to safety and reliability in air transportation. After WW2 he was instrumental in setting up the College of Aeronautics at Cranfield, where he was a Governor up to the time of his death.
FAA Yeovilton Branch